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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by juantamad, Mar 25, 2008.

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  1. juantamad

    juantamad Thread Starter

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    Is there any site devoted to win 2000 pro? can't seem to part with it- rock solid.

    jt
     
  2. Bob Cerelli

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    Do you have a few specific questions?
     
  3. juantamad

    juantamad Thread Starter

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    support, patches if needed and the like.as you know, it's not supported by msft anymore
    i have sp4
     
  4. Bob Cerelli

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    I thought you could still download patches, just that no new ones were going to be added. Just did this for a ME computer no long ago.

    For support, they still have the KB articles, just like they do for even Win98.
     
  5. TheOutcaste

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    Win2k SP4 is still supported. Extended support will end on 7/13/2010. (Means they are still releasing Security patches)
    Automatic Updates should be downloading the monthly Malicious Software tool and IE 6 Cumulative updates, as well as any other Security updates that have been released. KB942831 was the most recent I believe.
     
  6. juantamad

    juantamad Thread Starter

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    thanks

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  7. bearone2

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    i only use sp4 on the one w2k machine.
     
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